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Call for Applications for “Academic Writing Workshop V” at Martin Chautari

Martin Chautari (MC) requests application for Academic Writing Workshop V. Coordinated by Pratyoush Onta, one of the Research Directors at MC, the basic idea behind the series is to provide collective support to a few young academics and researchers who are enrolled in Nepal’s universities at the MPhil/PhD level or who, after having finished their MA/MPhil/PhD with a thesis, are now doing independent research and writing to publish original research articles for journals and/or books. W

KIAS organizing a workshop on chemical lab safety

Kathmandu Institute of Applied Sciences (KIAS) is organizing a workshop on chemistry laboratory safety issues in September this year. A recently published research from KIAS and Tribhuvan University has shown that the safety in teaching labs in Nepal is generally neglected. Many chemistry teachers who participated in the research had said that they would benefit from regular safety trainings and workshops. This workshop aims to offer a forum for researchers, faculty, lab in char

Invitation for one decade celebration & AGM of Biotechnology Society of Nepal (BSN)

Dear all, It is our great pleasure to inform you that we are going to celebrate our one-decade celebration from its establishment and conduct 10th Annual General Meeting (AGM) this year 2074 B.S. You are cordially invited in the AGM on the following day and venue. Your participation and suggestions will be highly valued in the program. Note: Please renew your yearly BSN membership. Taking lifetime membership is highly acknowledged. Also, please help us to

Interaction program "Influenza H1N1: Risks and Control Measures" Aug. 13, 2017

Influenza H1N1 : Risks and Control Measures Speakers: Dr. Guna Nidhi Sharma (Epidemiology & Disease Control Division, Teku), Dr. Megh Raj Banjara (Central Dept. of Microbiology, Tribhuvan University) and other specialists Venue: Tribhuvan University, Kirtipur, Kathmandu Date & Time: August 13, 2017 (Sunday),12:00-2:00 PM Free entrance ONLY for registered participants (use following link) :

Researchers in TU(Tribhuvan University) claim to have converted CO2 into energy

A team of researchers and students from Central Department of Biotechnology, Tribhuwan University(TU), have claimed to have made a breakthrough by converting the Carbon Dioxide(CO2) into an energy source. The team was led by a senior scientist, Dr. Pramod Aryal. According to the team, the process is based on the Dark reaction of CO2 reduction. The present Dark reaction of CO2 reduction does not require energy from sunlight or any other light energy.The genetic engineering r